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Good location, close to the subway and easy to walk around with a cab. The staff is nice and helpful and everything appears to be new in the hotel. The problems appear thanks to the location, which is pretty dangerous at night and especially during...More
We were at the time of carnival. It's in the business center of the city and has a magnificent rooftop with small pool and amazing views. That's the best thing in the hotel. Rooms are tiny and we had view on something in the middle...More
The good point is the location and view from the pool.
The bad points are a long list. First and foremost, they claim they will ONLY check your credit card validity. 2 days before you arrive, you are surprised with a credit card charge that...More
We only stayed for a night on our way back to Buenos Aires.
The room was very clean with comfortable beds and pillows. Bathroom was very nice and could have had more light. The pool, sauna and fitness center are the weak points as well...More
We booked a room for 2 adults and 2 kids (1 and 2) and we got a room with 3 single beds. They blamed us and booking and unwilling to help out. The rooms are dirty and smelled bad. When switched off, the TV emits...More
Downtown Rio is the place where this city was born. With modern skyscrapers sharing space with historical buildings and landmarks, this neighbourhood is living proof that the old and the new can live together harmoniously. As you would expect, downtown is where all major companies house their offices. However, the region isn’t restricted to businesses. Gems such like the “Paço Imperial,” which is a cultural centre that
used to serve as a residence for governors of Brazil, can be found here. Pedra do Sal, a Monday night street party, is also in this neighbourhood. This landmark is the birthplace of samba and is famous for its “roda de sambas” (“dance circles”). Stop in for one and get closer to discovering where Brazilian happiness comes from.